Excuse me for a moment, won’t you?  I have something that needs doing.              

             Dear Universe, thank you so much for cushioning the blow.  I appreciate this Towering not being as horrible as it could have been.  My gratitude is unending for the fact that I have any teeth left to save.

             Appreciatively Yours,

Julie  (and her weak enamel, with obnoxiously sensitive nerves)

             Thanks.  As you can see from the above letter, things did not go well this afternoon.  Instead of a quick peek, we went for the full fix.  And it was NOT GOOD.  I’ll survive, no one died, I still have every molar that I went into the office with.

             Amy, (my new dentist) and her office-full of awesome helpers, are beyond fabulous.  Even with their wonderful help though, I had to go home and take a nap.

             No pool, but we did take a walk (way later, because Dan needed dinner).  HERE is his map.  And earlier, we got this message:

no matter how difficult the process, 

it’s worth the result/lesson.

             When I began today with this in my head, I had no idea it would be so prophetic.   And then our card just played right along.  What I had planned for this post (originally yesterday’s) will have to wait some more.

mermaids and dolphins, oracle cards, messages of meditation

“Contemplation Time  ~

Spend time alone, meditating upon what you truly desire.

This card indicates that you need some alone time.  Make a firm appointment to be by yourself in a quiet place (ideally, outside in nature or near some plants) without delay.  Make sure that you’ll be uninterrupted for at least an hour.  Take a pad of paper and pen with you.

Then, spend some time simply breathing, relaxing, and centering yourself.  After you are completely relaxed, write down this question to your subconscious mind: ‘what do I want to do next?’  Write whatever comes to you in response, without worrying whether it’s ‘correct’ or not.

Then, ask your subconscious: ‘what’s my heart’s true desire right now?”  Write down the answer.  Spend some time noting your true priorities so that you’ll know how to structure  your time to match what is important to you.”

             If you can’t block out an hour, grab as many minutes in a row as you CAN manage, but please, try to do this as soon as possible.  We get these messages because it’s what we need to hear.

Today’s Deck:

Magical Mermaids and Dolphins Oracle Cards by Doreen Virtue

10 thoughts on “Keeping It Real. Really, real.

  1. Sorry your dental adventure went how it did. I like the meditation idea. I also like the channeled message. I’ll work on not getting bogged down with the “how hard” and focus on the “lesson.” Great reminder.

    Finally, after more than 11 hours, all of the anesthesia was out of my face. 😦

    9:41 p.m.

  2. *cringe* I, too, have horribly sensitive teeth. So there is always pain of some sort every day. Sending you sparkly FGBV’s and big {{{HUGS}}}

    I like the idea of spending time with nature. Not enough of that in my life recently.

    Every day I try to see how being “highly sensitive” (physically as well as emotionally) is a gift, not a curse. I don’t always succeed. 😕

    9:42 p.m.

  3. Ooo, poor thing. 😦 Healing & love to you.

    Thank you, today was better. 😀

    9:44 p.m.

  4. Hope the tooth pain recedes quickly. Ick! Hate it!
    I’m heading out into nature for a think. : )

    Today had much less pain in it. 🙂

    9:45 p.m.

  5. Ah, poor baby! Teeth issues suck! I am blessed with my father’s strong, straight teeth, but I am sensitive to pain and novacain and have to have lots of it (the novacain) and it has to be given to me verrrrrry slowwwwwwly or I am in intense pain. And then I have to go home and take a nap.

    I love this card’s message. I won’t do it here at my friend’s for many reasons, including the fact that the rain is coming down in torrents right now. But after I get back home, I will do this because it seems like just what I need right now.

    Hoping you are feeling better now and I’m glad you came out with all the molars you went in with!

    We figured out, many decades ago, the “normal” products and methods don’t work for me. We sort of forgot to mention that to our new medical professional. 😮
    All worked out now, though.

    9:49 p.m.

  6. ?? I scrolled down to see what you replied to my comment and there is no comment here from me. I must have THOUGHT it but not actually typed it.

    Many hugs about the poor teeth. I hate and despise dental work and so am very conscientious about the tooth care, which, so far, seems to be keeping most of it at bay.

    And sensitivity is good, it just makes life more difficult upon occasion. But it means that you are more sensitive to the good stuff as well.

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